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[qubes-users] First Mention of Qubes in US Court Documents



On 12/2/14, Eugen Leitl <[email protected]> wrote:
> ...
> Just FYI, this is the first mention I've seen of Qubes in documents
> filed in any US court...


if you count HP NetTop,

as for Qubes, here is what was settled on as baseline use case for
something entirely unrelated to Court:
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### Using Qubes

# Launching Document Editor
 1. Open the Qubes Quick Launch Menu at lower left.
 2. Select "Domain: editor" for the apps available in this VM.
 3. Then click "editor: LibreOff..." to launch Document Editor (Libre Office)


# Launching File Browser
 1. Open the Qubes Quick Launch Menu at lower left.
 2. Select "Domain: editor" for the apps available in this VM.
 3. Then click "editor: Files" to launch File Browser.
 NOTE: The File Browser is also how you can see mounted USB devices
       and also where to copy files back and forth, or just explore.


# USB Storage
 1. Plug in the USB device. Ignore the message notifications at lower right.
 2. Locate "Qubes VM Manager" Window. If you close by accident, re-launch.
 3. In "Qubes VM Manager" Window Menu, select to highlight "editor" VM
as row / item.
 4. Right-click on editor for VM menu, select -> "Attach/detach block devices"
 5. In the "Attach/detach" submenu, you should see your device listed.
      for example, "Attach: dom0: sdb 1863 GiB ..."
 6. Click this option to attach storage.
 7. Launch "editor: Files" command, then select attached device at left sidebar.
      for example, "2.0 TB Volume"
 DONE!


# To Shutdown, you should always shutdown "gracefully" to avoid file
system issues.
 1. Open the Qubes Quick Launch Menu at lower left.
 2. Select "Leave" menu options, then "Shut down"
 3. Confirm the shut down prompt, or wait 30 seconds.


# Launching the "Qubes VM Manager"
 1. Usually started by default, it can be re-started if closed.
 2. Locate the System Quick Launch Menu at lower left. It is a blue Qubes icon.
 3. Open Launcher menu, then "System Tools" option.
 4. From "System Tools" menu, select -> "Qubes VM Manager"